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Topic # 87216 22-Jul-2011 16:21
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i have windows 7 installed on my 1tb hdd i have another hdd in my computer that is 1tb i was thinking about instilling ubuntu to it do you think it is worth my time?

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  Reply # 496808 22-Jul-2011 16:27
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It can be worth your time if theres stuff in linux you need that Windows cant provide and vice versa.
Doing it just because you can ? Each to their own :)

Personally, Id RAID the drives and just run Windows - thats me tho....




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  Reply # 496841 22-Jul-2011 17:31
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or.. run ubuntu in virtual box





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 496919 22-Jul-2011 20:14
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xpd: It can be worth your time if theres stuff in linux you need that Windows cant provide and vice versa.
Doing it just because you can ? Each to their own :)

Personally, Id RAID the drives and just run Windows - thats me tho....


i just thought it might be nice for a change

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  Reply # 498571 27-Jul-2011 16:41
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Just install virtualbox on your win machine. Install ubuntu VM on virtualbox.

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  Reply # 507528 16-Aug-2011 20:03
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yeah go with vbox or vmware. Do you want to learn linux or just satisfy your curiosity?

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  Reply # 507530 16-Aug-2011 20:07
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you can have both. can be easyly setup i have windows 7 and linux running just have to reboot every time to change os.




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